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NordicTrack, a leader in the in-home fitness equipment industry, produces the Aerobic Cross-Trainer, which incorporates a treadmill, cross-country skier and stair-stepper all in one.
Fitness and medical experts alike have recommended cross-training, or multi-activity training, to prevent exercise boredom, minimize overuse injuries and improve fitness levels.
According to a study by American Sports Data, stair-climbing, one of the fastest-growing fitness activities, has also shown the most significant gain among cross-training exercises.
The study, which compared cross-training activity , also revealed that treadmill exercises are being incorporated into more cross-training programs.
NordicTrack's Aerobic Cross-Trainer combines the most efficient form of aerobic exercise -- cross-country skiing -- with three of today's most popular forms of cross-training -- stair-climbing, treadmill running and treadmill power walking,
The cross-country ski component on the Aerobic Cross-Trainer operates on the same principle as NordicTrack's world-famous cross-country skier.
Instead of skis, the machine uses skates, which glide back and forth on runners along each side of the treadmill deck.
An adjustable calibrated resistance gauge provides a range of lower-body workout levels. The upper-body exerciser, which also features calibrated resistance, folds down when the cross-country skier is not being used.
The non-motorized treadmill operates on the same flywheel mechanism as the cross-country skier.
The skates slide easily off the front of the runners when the treadmill is in use.
Users can control the amount of force they work against on the treadmill by adjusting the same resistance gauge used for the skier.
Lastly, unlike other treadmills, the Aerobic Cross-Trainer offers an optional arm exerciser (used with the cross-country skier) for total-body, aerobic "power walking."
A shroud, positioned at the front of the treadmill, houses the mechanics for the stair-stepper system.
The stepper, which operates on a two-directional dragstrap mechanism, folds out to face the user when he/she is standing on the deck.
The hip pad, used for support on the treadmill and cross-country skier, inverts to create hand supports on the stepper.
Users can control the intensity of their workout by adjusting the stepper's calibrated resistance lever, which is located within easy reach below the hand supports.
When the workout is finished, the stepping platforms fold up out of the way against the shroud.
To measure your progress while working out, the Aerobic Cross- Trainer offers a comprehensive electronic Personal Performance Monitor (PPM) system.
Up to three people can use the PPM to chart their individual pulse, performance index and caloric expenditures, in addition to speed, time and distance.
On the stepper, users can also keep count of flights of stairs.
The PPM also provides both digital and audio queues that acknowledge performance goals.
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